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BURNHAM | The Electoral Board this week removed from the April 9 ballot a would-be challenger to Village President Robert Polk.
CALUMET CITY | The Electoral Board on Tuesday heard evidence about mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson's alleged unpaid debts as pertains to his candidacy on the April 9 ballot and is likely to rule on the matter come President’s Day.
CALUMET CITY | Two men challenging Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush in this year’s municipal elections are using the Cook County Circuit Courts to advance their campaigns.
CHICAGO | Calumet City Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush and her slate of candidates gained some opposition Monday for the Feb. 26 Democratic primary.
CHICAGO | A judge will spend the weekend deciding the fate of candidates aligned with Calumet City mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson in the Feb. 26 primary elections.
CALUMET CITY | Mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson dropped out of the Feb. 26 Democratic primary election and instead is seeking the post as a political independent in the April 9 election.
SAUK VILLAGE | Acting Village President David Hanks, Village Clerk Debbie Williams and Village Trustee Rosie Williams had challenges to their spots on the ballot in the April 9 municipal elections rejected Wednesday.
SAUK VILLAGE | An Electoral Board whose members were appointed by the Cook County courts rejected the challenges filed against Sauk Village president candidates Derrick Burgess and Enoch Benson IV and their slates.
SAUK VILLAGE | A local resident who is challenging the slate of candidates aligned with village president hopeful Derrick Burgess and several other candidates expressed concerns Monday whether the Electoral Board will be fair in addressing his issues.
CALUMET CITY | Mayoral hopeful Brian Wilson will face multiple challenges to his bid for a spot on the April 9 municipal election ballot.
CRETE | Nominating petitions for one of seven people wishing to run for seats on the Village Board in the April 9 municipal elections gave an incorrect home address, identified him as seeking office in Cook County instead of Will, and said he was running in a “village election” rather than a…
CALUMET CITY | Chicago may have a reputation for electoral hijinks, but an attorney for a candidate who was removed Friday from the primary election ballot said Calumet City’s electoral system makes Chicago look good by comparison.
BURNHAM | The village's Electoral Board will reconvene later this month to determine if the man who wants to run against Village President Robert Polk in the April 9 municipal elections has enough valid signatures on his nominating petitions.
CALUMET CITY | An attorney for Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush’s former secretary, who wants to run for a City Council seat in the upcoming municipal election, said Friday he believes the courts will reject the arguments made by the city’s Electoral Board to justify her removal from th…
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